Director Haas Gunther Steiner once again was dissatisfied with the work of stewards that at the Grand Prix of Mexico was punished Romain Grosjean for cutting the track, but ignored the actions of Fernando Alonso, who provoked the contact with the Frenchman.
“I spoke to Charlie [Whiting]. It was a constructive discussion, – quotes Steiner AUTOSPORT.com. – We need to understand what the penalties are, and what – not. We need stability in this matter.
Romain received a penalty for cutting the turn, and then Fernando enters into him, ruining his race, but emerges unscathed. Explain this!
In my opinion, there is only one solution to the problem – the stewards must be the same people who will know what happened during each race weekend.
I don’t mind that then they recruited additional staff, however, their permanent staff needs to know what happened last week, or two years ago. Besides, small teams harder because they are the stewards care less about everything.”
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